The use of the right toolset in an organisation to support the software Quality Assurance and Testing process is a key enabler of an efficient and effective operating model.
The level of integration of the tool suite has a major influence on:
"If Your Only Tool Is a Hammer Then Every Problem Looks Like a Nail!"
Website Administrator – Permanent, Dublin West
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to work with a leading machinery manufacturer
This role will see the successful candidate providing IT Support for the entire office while also maintaining and updating the company website
- Provide on-site IT Support to over 50 users
- Troubleshooting both hardware and software issues
- Maintaining and upgrading of website and product catalogue
- Liaising with other teams regarding new marketing material and special offers
- Database Management
- Liaising with management team regarding website layout from season to season
- Vendor Management for IT service providers (Developer’s, System Providers, ERP)
What you need:
- Strong communication and client facing skills is a must
- Experience in Database Management
- Proficient experience working with the MS Suite
- Strong attention to detail and the ability to work har on your own initiative
- Experience in maintaining and upgrading of websites
What’s on offer:
- Salary Dependant on Experience
Vantage Resources is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for engagement and/or employment. An inclusive and diverse workforce is an essential part of the development of our organisation’s culture which we believe enhances both our working environment and the service we provide to our customers.
There tend to be three levels of tool integration in operation across organisations. In larger/more mature software Quality Assurance and Testing organisations there is a greater tendency to use integrated offerings from a single manufacturer e.g. Application Lifecycle Manager (ALM) from HP or the Rational Suite from IBM. At the other end of the scale, companies are using simple homegrown tools or 'freeware' to address individual process areas e.g. bug tracking using Bugzilla. In the middle are hybrid type solutions where varying levels of integration of tools and/or customisation using APIs/local databases are used to support degrees of standardisation.
Testing Technology Tools
The Metisure© framework indicates the sets of tools our pool of Test Professionals can cover – it is not an exhaustive list – we can review any specific tools a client may be using or wish to use for a specific purpose.
The Metisure© framework also covers a selection and evaluation process to identify the best tool(s) to support a customer's operating model, add value to a clients existing toolset, or as part of a Quality Roadmap implementation.